by Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times
The New York courts have refused to pursue an investigation against former FBI Director James Comey and several other major figures involved in the Clinton email scandal, seemingly breaking their own rules in the process.
Ty Clevenger, a lawyer, had filed grievances against Mr. Comey and three others saying they violated fundamental rules of lawyers’ ethics by the way they handled the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.
The New York grievance commission, in a letter dated earlier this month, rejected all of the complaints without comment.
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